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    Default Can you move/go forward/front a bit?

    I was standing in a queue and I asked the person standing before me to move/go forward/front a bit as there is a huge gap between him and a person before him.


    Could you tell me which one is correct in this situation? I mean "Can you move forward/front a bit" or "Can you go forward/front a bit" . Also suggest me if any other version which is more colloquial in this situation.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: Can you move/go forward/front a bit?

    Could you tell me which one is correct in this situation? "Can you move forward a bit" or "Can you go forward a bit" .

    Or:

    Could you move up, please?

    That little word please is a helpful one to prevent you sounding too aggressive.

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